From colore bright and bright coral pink. Bouquet fragrant with hints of rose and cherry. The flavor it is dry, fresh, harmonious. Chiaretto Bardolino DOC is very versatile and lends itself to a considerable variety of combinations.
Il Rosé Wine it does not have high amounts of polyphenols and tannins and therefore goes consumed young, usually by two years after bottling, to prevent it from losing its characteristics of color, aroma and perfume. The most rosé wines young and light full-bodied (usually also colored) should be served as young whites at a temperature between 10 ° -12 ° C. While those with greater body, alcohol e tannins, as the most important whites should be served among the 12 ° -14 ° C.
Il Rosé Wine is a wine from throughout the meal, this can be combined with dishes of greater structure: medium-aged cheeses, filate pasta, sliced, oily fish e white meat o roast without excessive succulence. While a more rosé wine longilieno e vertical it pairs perfectly with delicates antipasti di mare, a risotto or a nice plate of pasta with delicate toppings.
The Azienda Agricola Tamburino Sardo, founded in 1968 by Adriano Fasoli is now managed together with his two sons Stefano and Giuliano. It is located on the hills of Custoza, at the highest point, known as the Tamburino Sardo hill. The name derives from a page in the history of Italian Independence of 1848-1866 mentioned by De Amicis in his book “Cuore”. For 50 years the Fasoli family has been producing quality and local wines ranging from Custoza to Bardolino and thanks to a joint venture of love, also Valpolicella Superiore, Ripasso and Amarone. The founder of the company, Adriano has been working in the vineyard since he was a boy as it used to be in the past. He passed on his passion, his seriousness and above all his technical skills in the vineyard and in the cellar to his children and is still at their side in the management of this big-hearted company. From the cellar on some sunny days you can enjoy a unique view that extends from Valpolicella to the Apennines. The vineyards are located around the production building, with a south-east and south-west orientation. The varieties that are grown are those typical of Custoza such as Trebbiano, Garganega, Tocai, Cortese, Riesling, together with Corvina and Rondinella for the production of Bardolino Doc and Bardolino Chiaretto Doc and some international grape varieties such as Pinot Grigio, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. For the wines of Valpolicella instead in Marano, Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara are planted. The forms of planting of the vine (spurred cordon and the classic Veronese pergola) all enjoy a particular exposure to the sun and the harvest is handled directly by the Fasoli family and is strictly by hand, with at least three selective passages according to the climate and maturation. of grapes.
Il Veneto is the region that produces the most wines in Italy, has a very large and varied wine area, for this series of reasons it is possible to find numerous types of vines. The territory is made up of mountainous and hilly areas, their presence allows the region to have significant thermal excursions between winter and summer. THE Venetian wines they have a reputation by now international and are considered an Italian excellence by every expert in the sector, the most important and recognized are: Amarone, Recioto, Prosecco, Soave, Bardolino and Valpolicella. The main reason for the great success of the region is due to its native vines, the most famous: Trebbiano di Soave, Garganega, White berry Prosecco, Molinara, croaker, Rondinella and the Raboso. In our online wine shop the most important and sought after bottles of the region are available.